B.C.-based Footwear Brands John Fluevog and Viberg Have Collaborated On a Boot

While Canadian symbols might have more visibility than ever before, some of them have been kickin’ it for decades. To celebrate their persistent gift of provide unique and thoughtfully-made components, two renowned West Coast footwear brands- Vancouver’s John Fluevog Shoes and Victoria’s Viberg– have launched a new mode influenced by Fluevog’s boxer-inspired Racer Boot.

Fluevog’s past collabs include working with Anna Sui and l.a.eyeworks, and this is the first time its partnering with Viberg; the brand’s inimitable benefactor is truly stoked about it.” We’re very pleased to celebrate our 50 th anniversary with Viberg through this collaboration, ” John Fluevog tells FASHION. “Two iconic lineage owned shoe businesses … Fluevog at 50 years and our friends at Viberg at over 100. It’s a uncommon thing surely to last-place this length with a specific hands-on craft in Canada, particularly in the footwear manufacture. We have both superseded, against all stranges, and that is something we can be proud of. Thanks to the family at Viberg for preventing the workmanship croaking, and may we both recognize another hundred years of quality handmade footwear.”

The new two-tone leather boot style, which boasts lace alternatives both fearless( Fluevog’s hallmark turquoise leather) and minimise( blacknes waxed cotton ), doesn’t simply satisfy the need for an handsome transgression brave attire staple; it also quenches the ability to use your dollars for – well. 10 per cent of cases of sales from the Fluevog x Viberg Racer Boot will go to the BC Parks Foundation, an independent organization focused on preserving and augmenting British Columbia’s natural habitat.

The Fluevog x Viberg Racer Boots are available through online pre-sale now.

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